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You use security measures for the important things you use every day – a key for your home and car, a passcode for your smartphone, and password protection for your online accounts. Given how much thought you put into the protection of your personal items, shouldn’t you have safeguards for your business’s website as well? No matter what kind of business you run, your company’s website should utilize an SSL certificate. If you don’t already have one, you’re putting your website at risk of a security breach. Worse still, your customers’ personal information could be compromised.
Your website is a virtual representation of your business and should reflect your business brand as well as its expertise, mission statement, and client base. Be sure to keep the following in mind when designing your business website:
When you’re strolling in an outlet mall, you might find yourself browsing each store’s selections without ever going inside – also known as window shopping. Window shopping gives would-be patrons the opportunity to see if they like the look of a store, some of the offerings on display, and the pricetags associated with the items that stand out to them. Now that more and more shoppers are turning to the Internet for their shopping needs, businesses owners should think of their websites as digital storefronts that showcase their goods and services. This makes it even more important to ensure that your website is one that will attract visitors and turn them into longtime customers.
Launching a new website for your business is a long and intensive process that goes far beyond the actual launch. While you should be proud of your team for all the work they’ve put in and the final product that’s set for launch, don’t settle in yet! It does no good to have a fancy new URL if all your marketing materials, communications, social media and web listings draw your customers to the old one. Social Spice Media suggests updating the following as soon as possible with the launch of a new website:
Last blog, we shared our insight on what it means to truly own a website. As we approach the New Year, you should resolve to do better for yourself, your website, and your business by taking all the necessary steps to protect your digital property.
So far, everything’s running smoothly – you’ve got all the permits you need to run your business, the team to carry out your vision, and you’re just about ready to launch your website. But if your company’s website is getting an upgrade, it’s important to realize that redesigning it can get tricky. If you paid for someone else to create your website, there’s a very good chance you don’t actually own much of it.

Well, there’s nothing truly wrong with Wix, but we do have some reservations about using the website building platform to create a professional and highly-functional website for your business. We are going to clue you in on a few details about Wix, Shopify, Squarespace, and...

We’ve blogged about it several times and explained its significance, but if you haven’t switched to an HTTPS site, the time has come for you to make the migration. Regardless of what browser your website visitors may be using, switching to a secure site is crucial in a...

You may have invested a lot of resources into designing an eye-catching website that captures the essence of your brand, but if you haven’t yet invested in a reliable web hosting service, website crashes, cyber threats, and dreadfully slow loading times could overshadow a once...